Mike Cox knows as much about the Texas Rangers as anybody on the planet. And in this, his second book on the Rangers, he spins more great tales of these larger-than-life heroes and their sometimes almost unvelievable adventures. These are all new stories, some only told among the Rangers themselves, some told quietly over remote compfires, and others only whispered over elegant dinner tables. Now here they are: more entertaining, informative, and always exciting tales of the grea Texas Rangers.Some men just did their jobs until something better came alongamarriage, running for sheriff or going to work for one, hiring on as a cattle inspector for the Texas and ... After riding with the Rangers for three years, Billy Blevins left state service to run a saloon in a railroad boomtown. ... Born in DeKalb County, Alabama, on October 17, 1856, William C. Blevins Jr.ahe went by Billyalived a long, full life.
|Title||:||Texas Ranger Tales II|
|Publisher||:||Taylor Trade Publishing - 1999-06-30|